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Setzke Returns to Donlen as VP of Client Relations

July 19, 2017 - Press Release

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Donlen has rehired Roger Setzke as vice president of client relations, the fleet management company has announced.

Setzke will lead Donlen's team of national account executives focusing on strategic relationships. He brings more than 25 years of extensive sales leadership experience, including working for the fleet management company for 12 years. He served in a similar role before he left in 2010.

Setzke has served as vice president of customer service at Union Leasing, Midwest sales manager for both BMW and Pep Boys, and account executive at PHH.

"Roger returns to Donlen with a wealth of experience and knowledge that will allow us to keep servicing our valued clients with a high degree of attentive service," said Rachel Hands, SVP of sales and client relations. "We look forward to the expertise and leadership that Roger will provide to our national account executives."

"I'm so excited to return to Donlen," said Setzke. "I feel like this is the opportunity of a lifetime, and I look forward to again being a part of a technology focused company committed to providing industry leading fleet solutions for its customers."

Setzke is a member of NAFA (National Automotive Fleet Association) and AFLA (Automotive Fleet Leasing Association).

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